The final season of "Thrones" is widely tipped to win the prestigious best drama prize, where it is up against BBC America's "Killing Eve," AMC's "Better Call Saul," Netflix's "Ozark" and HBO stablemate "Succession." … [Read more...] about Emmys Open With Tribute To Golden Era Of Television
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Before examining the aforesaid policy guidelines, it would be significant to examine a seeming anomaly. Usually, a law precedes the rules/regulations which are made under that law. At times,a law and the rules/regulations which are made under that law may be contemporaneous. In any case, it is very rare for rules/regulations to precede the law, under which they are purportedly made. … [Read more...] about Is There A Regulatory Vacuum At The Helm Of Television Content Regulation?
NBSA further said in its order: “NBSA is not unmindful of the reason why public spirited media sometimes go overboard in their crusade against crime and criminals. The easy answer is TRPs….Shoddy investigation, slipshod prosecution and the proverbial delays in courts make it very difficult to prove guilt.” … [Read more...] about Interview with Ryan School Murder Accused: Did The Television Channels Cross the Lakshman Rekha?
The Federal Communications Act of 1934 established the FCC. Nine years later in National Broadcasting Co. Inc. v. United States , the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that its regulatory powers were not limited to the engineering and technical aspects of radio communication, allowing the FCC to adopt regulations that were “in the public interest.” As radio and television stations proliferated, the FCC’s role grew in importance, particularly related to broadcast signals (as opposed to subscriber-based services like cable and satellite) because air waves are “scarce” and there are few ways of preventing anyone, particularly children, from watching or hearing something on a broadcast channel. … [Read more...] about ABA Legal Fact Check: Can Television Networks Lose Their Licenses Based on Their News Reports?